Lawn Care Resources

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According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, lawns and gardens in this country are sprayed with more than 90 million pounds of insecticides and herbicides a year and U.S. residents squander a whopping 9 billion gallons of water outdoors each day, primarily on landscape irrigation Over 15 years of experience has proven there’s a more sustainable and healthy way to build resilient, green lawns.

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Fall Lawncare 101

These strategies are key to preserving your organic lawn so it is ready to come back strong next spring.

Organic Lawn Care General Scheduling Guide

Our organic lawn care service and products will help get your lawn off of the harsh, toxic chemicals found in traditional lawn care. View our guide for in-depth scheduling and additional information.

Mowing Guidelines

Lawn mowing is a stress-producing process for the lawn, but we can minimize that stress with a few simple techniques. Learn more about our Organic Lawn Care services.

Watering Guide for Seed Germination

Learn more about why the seeds need to stay damp until germination occurs and how to treat a lawn with irrigation or without irrigation.

Organic Compost Infographic

What exactly is organic compost and how will it benefit my lawn? Our quick easy info-graphic will answer many of your top-dressing questions.

All Natural Grub Prevention & Control Services

Through the utilization of Pureganix TerraCure G, an organic biological grub preventive and curative treatment, we can effectively control and eliminate grubs from your lawn.

All Natural Turf Care Services

The principals of organic lawn management can be defined as a systems approach. It’s more than just a product-driven program and has become the standard in conventional turfgrass management.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you take care of a neglected lawn?

If you have a neglected lawn, there are some steps you can take to bring it back to life. First, remove any debris, such as fallen branches or rocks, that may be inhibiting growth. Then, rake the lawn to remove dead grass and thatch. Once the lawn is cleared, it's time to fertilize and water it regularly. Choose a fertilizer that is appropriate for your soil type and apply it according to the instructions. Water the lawn deeply but infrequently, ensuring that the water reaches the roots. If there are bare patches, consider overseeding to promote new growth. Finally, mow the lawn regularly, but never remove more than one-third of the grass blade at a time. With time and effort, your neglected lawn can become a lush, green space once again.

How do you revive dying grass?

If you have brown grass in the summer, the best way to fix it is to water your lawn deeply and consistently. Watering your lawn deeply will ensure that the water reaches the roots of the grass and helps it to recover. Additionally, aerating your lawn can improve soil drainage and oxygenation, which can also help to improve the health of your grass. You may also want to consider fertilizing your lawn to provide it with the necessary nutrients it needs to grow and recover. Finally, you should mow your lawn regularly and at the appropriate height for your type of grass to prevent stress and damage.

Is organic lawn care better?

Organic lawn care is better than conventional methods for several reasons. First, it promotes a healthier ecosystem by using natural, non-toxic products that do not harm the environment, wildlife, or humans. Second, it improves soil quality and reduces the need for synthetic fertilizers by promoting the growth of beneficial microorganisms that break down organic matter and release nutrients. Third, organic lawn care encourages deeper root growth, resulting in stronger and more drought-resistant grass. Fourth, it reduces water usage and prevents soil erosion by promoting the growth of plants that are better adapted to local conditions. Finally, organic lawn care is a sustainable and long-term approach to lawn care that supports the health and well-being of the entire ecosystem.

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